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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies
Based explores Thomas Paine and his world of politics and media. Supports and the
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The is excited to participate with our Patriots’ Day Symposium on commemoration!
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OIEAHC Feb 20
Why do academics prefer scribal to print and print to digital when citing sources? And should that change? OI author thinks so --and he worked with OI editors to find a way to acknowledge ALL the sources he used when writing his book.
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 19
Good morning, ! If you're in need of some (and modern tech organization) inspiration, look no further than 's yellow quill c/o one of our favorite guest speakers, professor and director
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Mount Vernon Feb 18
Today is George Washington’s Birthday (observed) -- or is it ? We get to the bottom of what's official and what's not:
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 15
While student Erin Kelly is participating in the Undergraduate Research Workshop, we thought we’d check out some of the and highlights in Philly!
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Sara Georgini Feb 14
Over . I wrote about the & hope of .’s story, then & now. Grateful for insights into this historic project from
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Joseph M. Adelman Feb 13
The Lapidus Initiative for Digital Collection Fellowships are now in their third year. Learn more about what past recipients this week at Uncommon Sense.
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 14
as an inspiration for modern day artists and musicians, with pamphlets to boot. Thank you for sharing with us.
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 13
As part of 's Month of Excellence in Scholarly & Creative Activities the is hosting its next event, a symposium on and the ! Mark your calendars for , April 15th, & check out more details here:
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Sara Georgini Feb 13
🎉Today's the day!🎉 release day is finally here! Pick up a copy, share your thoughts, & join me for a talk about the Adamses & their globetrotting adventures in
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 12
The is thrilled to co-sponsor, along with the and , “Making a Republic Imperial” in March at the ! Exploring imperialism in its multiple early North American forms and spaces, you can register for free here:
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Iona College Feb 12
Weather update: Classes beginning at 11 am or after are canceled. Administrative offices will close at 11 am. See your Iona email for details.
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 8
Folks in the NYC/Westchester area interested in slavery, abolition, and the role of African-Americans in the Era of the American Revolution: post-doctoral fellow is speaking on these topics tomorrow in Mount Vernon at 1PM!
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 7
What a great program! Check it out, folks.
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Ben Franklin's World Jan 31
Did you know that the best way for podcasts to find new listeners is *still* by word-of-mouth recommendations? If you enjoy Ben Franklin’s World, tell your friends, family members, and fellow history fans - and be sure to follow us !
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 5
has a second spot this week in yet another terrific episode of . Expand your AND aquatic knowledge with a listen, and once again thank you to and for helping to spread the word about our work here
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Alyssa Mt. Pleasant, PhD Feb 4
Today I listened to Susan Sleeper-Smith discuss her new book. What a great interview about women and prosperity! Give a listen, and read the book
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Feb 5
For those involved with and/or need more has a great line up this semester with some familiar presenters! Check out their website and other events
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US National Archives Feb 1
If you are teaching your students about freedom of the press, be sure to check out this blog post about Ann Greenleaf, arrested for violating the Sedition Act in 1799.
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Zara Anishanslin Feb 1
To honor a series of daily tweets on To kick it off: one of the most riveting portraits at . Francis Williams, free black intellectual, born in Jamaica (which we likely see out the window) c. 1745, artist unknown
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